Liberty's captives : narratives of confinement in the print culture of the early republic : the Jefferson City Editorial Project /

Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Williams, Daniel E., 1951-, Brown, Christina Riley
Format: Book
Published: Athens : University of Georgia Press, [2006]
Table of Contents:
  • A narrative of the capture and treatment of John Dodge, by the English at Detroit (1779)
  • A surprising account, of the captivity and escape of Philip M'Donald, and Alexander M'Leod, of Virginia, from the Chickkemogga indians (1786)
  • A very surprising narrative of a young woman, who was discovered in a rocky cave (1787)
  • Narrative of the remarkable occurrences, in the life of John Blatchford of Cape-Ann (1788)
  • A narrative of the captivity and sufferings of Mr. Ebenezer Fletcher, of Newipswich, who was-- taken prisoner by the British (1798)
  • A narrative of the life and adventures of Venture, a native of Africa : but a resident above sixty years in the United States of America (1798)
  • History of the captivity and sufferings of Mrs. Maria Martin, who was six years a slave in Algiers (1806)
  • The trial of Amos Broad and his wife-- for assaulting and beating Betty, a slave, and her little female child Sarah (1809)
  • The narrative of John Thomson, one of the persons intended to be massacred (1812)
  • Seventeen years' history, of the life and sufferings of James M'Lean, an impressed American citizen and seaman (1814)
  • A narrative of the captivity and sufferings of John Turner-- among the Ladrones (1814)
  • The life and adventures of Joshua Penny-- who was impressed into the British service (1815)
  • An affecting account of the tragical death of Major Swan, and of the captivity of Mrs. Swan and infant child, by the savages (1815)
  • A concise narrative of the barbarous treatment experienced by American prisoners in England and the West-Indies (1816)
  • An affecting narrative of the captivity and sufferings of Thomas Nicholson-- who was six years a prisoner among the Algerines (1816)
  • A journal of the shipwreck and sufferings of Daniel Foss (1816)
  • Narrative of the tragical death of Mr. Darius Barber, and his seven children, who were inhumanly butchered by the Indians (1818).